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Old 09-21-2016, 08:57 AM   #1
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sick cordoras??:(

HELP!! My albino cories look sick I use a 10 gallon and have been keeping them for a few months. Recently their gills have been turning red and sore, especially one of them!! they appear to be getting worse, though they swim just fine. I'm extremely worried for them, please help me😭😭😭 here's a photo!! thanks Click image for larger version

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Old 09-21-2016, 09:25 AM   #2
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Sounds like ammonia, what are your water parameters? What all fish do you have in there.
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Sounds like ammonia, what are your water parameters? What all fish do you have in there.
thanks for the reply!! this will probably freak you out, but I dont have a water test kit... (oops) I have 3 albino corydoras and a few tetras, and I do 50% water changes once a week
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How many a few tetras and what kind? How long tank been running.
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How many a few tetras and what kind? How long tank been running.
the common blue and red neon tetras? actually I only have two of them left now because the rest died... but I will be purchasing more as I can:b the tank has been running about three months?
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I wouldn't stock any more till you do a water change and test water
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Old 09-21-2016, 04:24 PM   #7
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I wouldn't stock any more till you do a water change and test water
ooo okay. til I purchase a test kit is there anything I can do? :/ should I do more waterchanges?
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